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Hybrid Maintenance and Myths Video

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Pat Cadam of Pat's Garage in San Francisco explains Hybrid car maintenance and how it differs from that of conventional gasoline vehicles. Check out more at More Videos on Driverside: http://www.driverside.com/videos New Car Revews: http://www.driverside.com/reviews Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/driverside Blog: http://backseatdriver.driverside.com/ Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/driverside/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/driverside
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Travis Plume (1 день назад)
My 2005 Prius has 664,000 miles. Changed oil, tires, spark plugs, all fluids and brakes. Nothing else. My 2010 has 258,000 miles on it, same maintenance. Both are still going strong.
Larry Sekara (1 месяц назад)
Regarding the brake pads, I had my 1st change of front brakes at 113,000 miles with about 5 % remaining on the front. I had 60% remaining on the back. I couldn't believe it.
Adachy john (1 месяц назад)
please toyota hybrid car 2005 drags for 10mins when moving and jerks for a while and then continue moving again, please could be wrong, please me on providence.cj@gmail.com
JAY LEUVA (1 месяц назад)
How much kms its needs battery replacement??
Troy Tanw (2 месяца назад)
How many miles to change timing belt on prius?
Lawrence Bottorff (2 месяца назад)
Should mention that most "bad" batteries can be reconditioned at a nominal price, i.e., the "bad" sticks in a pack can be brought back to good charge.
Patrick Wolf (2 месяца назад)
I love my 2011 Prius. Currently it has 170,000 miles on it and never had a major repair. Of course I make sure to change the oil with full synthetic every 10K miles. In fact I use car care software www.automotivewolf.com to track all my maintenance and send me reminders so I never forget. I still have the original brake pads at 170K! I've owned many different cars but my Prius is the best plus I average almost 50 mpg.
Troy Tanw (2 месяца назад)
Patrick Wolf How many miles to change timing belt on prius?
Carib King (2 месяца назад)
Just bought a Toyota Fielder Hybrid synergy.
Mike Fu (3 месяца назад)
147k on my Camry Hybrid, JUST did the brakes and spark plugs for the first time ever......that's it......literally. Amazing car, fast, comfortable A++ car.
Ano Niem (4 месяца назад)
I like to testify the following: I bought a Prius at, by then, an age of 4 years and 84.000 km. It had been "sitting" for two years. That did hurt the auxiliary battery, but not the main (high voltage) battery. After another 6 years of use, and now 255.000 km on the counter, the main battery still has it full capacity. The Prius is not complex, on the contrary, it is less complex that an conventional car with an automatic gear-box. Only the algorithm of the Prius computer is complex!
Nathaniel Cunningham (4 месяца назад)
Can a hybrid car run on gasoline if the battery is dead
Sean Place (1 месяц назад)
The Prius can, at least Gen 2 is capable of doing it.
John Woyte (3 месяца назад)
No it cannot, our Highlander Hybrid battery went bad and car will shut down to prevent dangerous condition of overheating of battery.
mzischkau (3 месяца назад)
Vernon Jones Music (4 месяца назад)
Nathaniel Cunningham The Camry can. But I don't believe the Prius can.
Jay O (6 месяцев назад)
Bought my 2004 prius at 83k in 2010. I am the 4th owner. Now have 174k. This video is accurate. I have not replaced the brakes since Ive owned it and according to the records of the previous owners, neither did they. I only have to do oil and filter changes every 5k. Changed the plugs at 120k and replaced inverter coolant pump at 165k (cost $550). I am an engineer and keep meticulous records on the cars I've owned (about 14 in my life). This is by far the least expensive car to maintain as well as the one with the best gas mileage. Oh I forgot, the hybrid battery is the original and it still charges to the "green" . I fully expect the battery to outlive the car. I drive the car every day with a combination of city driving and interstate. And another thing, I bought it for 10k. Even if it dies tomorrow, I've got my money out of it.
Nicles n Dimes (23 дня назад)
Jay O Wow that's fantastic! I just bought the Honda Grace hybrid. I'm curious to see how this will work out.
Troy Tanw (2 месяца назад)
Jay Potter How many miles to change timing belt on prius?
red7fifty (9 месяцев назад)
I won't buy a hybrid.....I log 6000 miles a year...so the cost of gas isn't bad........(Plants need CO2, so take that too).......my SUV is now 16 years old........my cost of ownership is WAY less than ANY Hybrid. The only time a Hybrid makes sense, is the specific yuppie that drives 50K miles a year, and replaces cars every 3~5 years.
Nicles n Dimes (23 дня назад)
romansten9 I can tell you're an honest guy....lol
Mike Fu (3 месяца назад)
another clueless fool, trying to falsely "justify" their SUV, lol........and I'm a v8 guy too!!! But I would NEVER sit there and say "oh my suv is better!".....you're fucking straight up DELLUSIONAL!!! Period....
Idiot Test (4 месяца назад)
You may not buy a hybrid for my car only cost less than 20 bucks to fill up what is yours cost
romansten9 (8 месяцев назад)
red7fifty My hybrid is WAY cheaper to own than any of my vehicles, ESPECIALLY my SUV and my Pickup. I'm not a tree hugger or environmentalist. I'm a redneck that loves oil, coal, diesels and guns. I just wanted to learn about hybrids so I bought one. My bumper sticker is going to say "saving fuel to buy more guns."
Rey Orara (1 год назад)
today is april 28,2017 I have a opportunity to purchase a 2007 prius with 67K Miles for $7K. The car is beautiful inside out and grandma driven. My worries are the battery( worth have the cost of the vehicle and the car has no Bluetooth. ) Thought and comments are appreciated.
romansten9 (6 месяцев назад)
ruskodisco The price of a new car is huge and you lose a LOT of money by driving it off the car lot. A used hybrid will pay for itself in gas mileage. Yes, technology gets better, but new hybrids dont have any special magic. They get slightly better MPG, but not anywhere near enough to offset the huge sticker price. There is no reason to think you need a new car because technology changes. There is nothing obsolete about a 10 year old car. Its not like a computer that needs newer hardware to run upgraded software or something.
Will Spoon (6 месяцев назад)
where are you finding your cars at .... the online prices seem rediculous .... then again I live in the north dakota .... not too many priuses up here for those prices
robroscob (7 месяцев назад)
no bluetooth to connect cell phone? check again...You can also get an adapter that fits the aux in the centre console to play music too or simply plug in an mps player.
romansten9 (8 месяцев назад)
Rey Orara I bought a 2007 with 73,000 miles. got it for $5500.. I dont know that I'd pay much more than that.
romansten9 (8 месяцев назад)
sauce Messiah I just changed my 12 volt in my 2007. lasted 10 years
TheObsessedGardener (1 год назад)
So really, the simpler it is, the more complicated it is ;)
Jay Olack (1 год назад)
I expected a when to change xyz on my car instead it's a justification of hybrids. 👎🏼
Marooned (1 год назад)
around $1000 for maintaining , ill buy 2 cars with that money every year ,$250 ok for a year due
Mike Fu (1 год назад)
I would stay away from cars with Low mileage that are more than a 5 years old.....because they've been Sitting....sitting kills ANY CAR....including prius...and their batteries. Higher mileage cars are usually LESS of a gamble, because they've been driven, maintained, batteries get Cycled on a regular basis... and there's likely no Problems with them, that's why the owner Kept driving it!
Dunford00 (4 месяца назад)
hybrid batteries can sit for about 8 months no start no prob,
romansten9 (8 месяцев назад)
thats what I thought too. but I was wrong. my 2007 Prius has 70,000 miles, and its perfect. batteries are very strong. I just replaced my 12 volt battery. it lasted 10 years
nino L (1 год назад)
Mike Fu I see what you mean. taxi drivers put well over 300k on these cars and still no battery issues.
Bismark Agyemang (1 год назад)
pls can I disconnect my hybrid battery n still use the car?
Vernon Jones Music (4 месяца назад)
Some can. My neighbor's Camry drives even tho the hybrid battery is dead.
Pam Taylor (1 год назад)
Bismark Agyemang Why?
nino L (1 год назад)
Bismark Agyemang sorry. it won't work that way.
Arjun Pun (1 год назад)
Tracy Ireland (4 года назад)
My experience differs.... My 2007 Camry Hybrid was meticulously maintained according to all recommended procedures and then some.  It ran great up to 102K miles then began having multiple failures. My hybrid battery failed at 102K miles just out of 100K warranty.  No help from Toyota. Price from dealers for repair varied from $5000 - $7000 with 1 year warranty on replacement battery.  Third party repair was ~$3000 with 3 year warranty on replacement battery.  At 120K miles VSC failed.  Dealer explained it could only be fixed by the dealer and wanted $4000 to fix VSC.  Independent mechanic fixed it for 1/2 what the dealer wanted.  My repairs since 100K miles would have exceed the value of the car if repairs were done by Toyota. My cost of ownership for the hybrid has far exceeded Toyota's claims and far more than any other car I have owned including non-hybrid Toyota's.  All of the routine maintenance was higher than all of my previous vehicle due to special fluids, frequency, and complexity of the maintenance.  In many cased the maintenance could only be done by the dealer at much higher costs than independent mechanics. At no time was my Toyota Camry warranted to 10 years as is claimed here.  Low maintenance cost for hybrid is a MYTH!
Killersentra (3 месяца назад)
Stay away from the dealer
alejandro (4 месяца назад)
Tracy Ireland this gentleman owns a garage that works on Prius vehicles therefore it is important to him that the public buys more of those. the chances of him getting your business is higher with every vehicle purchased.
romansten9 (8 месяцев назад)
Makis Gkirgkoudis The hybrid batteries almost always outlive the car. Hybrid mechanics will tell you that they saw about 3 hybrid batteries fail in 10 years of working on hybrids. Maybe 1 in 1000 cars or less would have that problem. Even if it happens, you can replace individual battery cells for $40 each. not something to worry about
romansten9 (8 месяцев назад)
sorry that happened, but low maintenance for hybrids is NOT a myth. The rare examples of problems don't outweigh the overall statistics. Every type of vehicle can have a few lemons, but its the average of millions of vehicles that matters.
TheObsessedGardener (1 год назад)
Tracy Ireland I'm sorry this happened to you and therein lies the case for the electric car.
gonz562 (6 лет назад)
Thanks for the information... I am in the process of buying one if the car inspection turns out fine.
Matthew Bowley (8 лет назад)
Thanks Pat, Great info to ease my mind. just bought a highlander hybrid.
Bat 13B (7 месяцев назад)
Matthew Bowley we are thinking about buying one too. How has yours been?

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